Hurricanes shed light on inadequate insurance Officials reported only 15% of the 1.6M homes in Houston had flood insurance, while FEMA noted that, in Fla.’s coastal counties, 42% of homes have flood insurance. Florida Realtors® News
Fla.’s home sales, median prices rise in October Florida Realtors data: Hurricane Irma’s impact on state’s housing market resolved by month’s end. Single-family sales up 2% over a year ago, median price up 7.1%. Condo sales up 2.2%, median price
Going Green and Making Green: A Property Management Solution Technology may be essential to the real estate industry, but customization is the key to excellence. It is the means by which building owners and property managers, as well as tenants,
The 10 Best Commutes In California, By County The average Californian spends about 50 minutes commuting per day. That might sound like a lot, but as residents of Los Angeles and San Francisco will tell you, it’s just the tip
Selling Your Home For The Holidays? Don’t Be A Curb Appeal Scrooge Thanksgiving means turkey and all the trimmings and family get-togethers and football and the Macy’s parade and eating until you can’t breathe. It also means you’re going to
7 habits of highly effective real estate agents Some of the seven habits of highly effective real estate pros include expanding their network, staying top-of-mind with leads and generating referrals. Florida Realtors® News
More vets, military members using VA loans for homes Because of the program’s affordability, a total of 740K VA loans were made last year – a record for a single year and up more than 300K from three years ago.
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Some of the seven habits of highly effective real estate pros include expanding their network, staying top-of-mind with leads and generating referrals.
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New home starts climbed 13.7% in Oct., with the single-family component of that total figure up 5.3% and the multifamily component up 36.8%.
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Survey: Many homeowners want to sell but they don’t want to buy, and the recent volatile market has made them skittish. As a result, they control today’s market on both sides, and “reassuring these individuals is the key to unlocking inventory.”